Barr - Beithe Upper, Blarghour Farm Cottages, Loch Awe-side, By Dalmally, Argyll, West Highlands
Barr-Beithe Upper is a delightful cottage which sleeps six, enjoying superb views across Loch Awe from a slightly elevated position, set in a mature garden of heathers and azaleas
Barr - Beithe Upper
3 Bedrooms | 1 Bathroom | Sleeps 6 People
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4.5 / 5 from 2 reviews
Overview of Cottage Accommodation Barr - Beithe Upper, Blarghour Farm Cottages, Loch Awe-side, By Dalmally, Argyll, West Highlands
Visit Scotland 4 Stars
Situated in a lovely mature garden, Barr-beithe Upper enjoys a lovely outlook over Loch Awe and to the rear sheep and luing cattle can often be seen grazing on the open hillside.
Spacious accommodation: large kitchen diner, TV lounge and conservatory,separate bath and shower rooms, and three bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 6 people.
Bedroom 1: King sized double
Bedroom 2: Twin or zip-linked double option
Bedroom 3: Twin
Cot and highchair available
Picnic table and garden bench in garden in sunny position overlooking Loch Awe
Television: FreeSat (BBC channels, ITV and Channel 4)
Location: Barr-beithe is 1 mile from Blarghour at the other end of the farm. At Barr-beithe there is another cottage, Barr-beithe Lower, which is separated by a field.
Reviews of BARR - BEITHE UPPER
Beautiful, relaxing and refreshing
Cottage clean, comfortable and well-equipped with lovely view. We enjoyed the colours in the garden and willl miss watching the lambs play in the evening. Enjoyed our holiday very much.
Ja, Surrey - Apr 12
Smashing view from cottage over Loch Awe
The cottage was clean and nicely decorated. The kids enjoyed the Sealife Centre and a pony ride. We explored a bit and found some nice beaches. We all enjoyed the good weather and the delicious shortbread!
Nat, Northumberland - Apr 12
I thought you might like to know how very much we have enjoyed our stay at
The house exeeded all my expectations, very comfortable and extremely well
equipped in the kitchen and lots of lovely crockery, and the garden (filled
with little birds!) was an enormous bonus for me as I love a good garden.
The setting is just amazing-we couldn't get enough of the ever changing
views over the loch, the soaring of the buzzards over the fields and the
pippistrelle bats in the evening. We also enjoyed the peaceful tranquility
of the fields and cows at the back when we had our meals and the sound of
the water running down the hill.
We had some great walks, and took the opportunity to explore the area. My
husband has part Campbell ancestry, so it was interesting to see where they
originally came from. Their life must have been very dire to leave so
beautiful an area.
One day we took the boat to Mull and went on to look at Staffa and Iona, and
we thought that area is worth coming back to as well.
Thanks also for the shortbread biscuits which went down a treat. I have
copied the recipe to try at home.
Erica (Holland) - Aug 07
The Area: Blarghour Farm Cottages, Loch Awe-side, By Dalmally, Argyll, West Highlands
Blarghour Farm is located 10 miles along the B840 accessed via the A819 (Inveraray - Dalmally).
Blarghour is a hill farm 2000acres on which we rear traditional black-faced sheep and luing cattle.
Things to do:
Loch Awe: fishing and boat hire, Cruachan Power Station, fishing at Inverawe
Inveraray: Inveraray Castle - Home of the Duke of Argyll, chief of the Clan Campbell; Inveraray Jail - life in a 19th century jail ought to life;Argyll Adventure (pony rides, bungee trampoline, paintball range, laser shooting and climbing wall); Auchindrain Museum of Country Life; Loch Fyne Oyster bar - good seafood and garden centre; The George Hotel - good bar food in popular bar; The Loch Fyne Hotel - swimming pool,
Mid-Argyll: Kilmartin House Museum - introduction to the ancient monuments of Kilmartin Glen, good cafe and shop; Ancient standing stones; Kilmartin Glen Cup and ring marks; Crinan Canal; Dunadd Fort - stronghold of the kingdom of Dalriada; Crinan Canal; Tavallich Inn
Oban: McCaig's Tower, Oban Distillery, swimming pool, shopping, Calmac ferries to Mull & iona, Coll & Tiree or a wildlife tour to the Treshnish Isles
Great fish & Chips.
Throughout Loch Awe and Argyll there are many marked forest tracks on which to explore on foot.